Canon 0296B013 Datasheet

Canon 0296B013 Datasheet
Canon U.S.A., Inc.
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Photography by Canon Explorers of Light.
©2005 CANON U.S.A., INC.
Intuitive Speed, Massive Resolution
and Perfect Operation.
The World’s Fastest Digital SLR* Refined
Canon’s new EOS-1D Mark II N can record at 8.5 fps for up to 48 frames in
one burst. It features Canon’s proven 8.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor with a
1.3x conversion factor, combined with the speed and intelligence of the
DIGIC II Image Processor, all in a rock-solid, magnesium alloy body.
* As of August 2005
Presenting the next generation of EOS professional digital SLRs.
A stunning combination of performance, resolution and ease of use,
this trio of cameras is ready for anything. All Canon EOS digital SLRs
combine Canon designed high-resolution sensors with the blazingly
fast DIGIC II Image Processor, for nearly instant response across the
board. Canon’s renowned build quality ensures perfect operation
no matter the situation. Compatibility with over 50 EF Lenses and
wide variety of accessories, plus new technologies, like the Wireless
File Transmitter WFT-E1A and Canon’s wide-format printers, ensures
that the EOS system is the most advanced today and is ready to be
compatible with whatever tomorrow brings.
Widen Your Horizons
The new EOS 5D has a full-frame 12.8 Megapixel CMOS sensor combined with Canon’s
DIGIC II Image Processor, a high-precision 9-point AF system with 6 Supplemental
points, and “Picture Style” color control to deliver images of superior quality with
enough resolution for any application, all in a compact lightweight body.
Unparalled Resolution and Performance
The EOS-1DS Mark II is a must have for those looking to capture huge,
beautiful images fast. With a full-frame 16.7 Megapixel sensor, the
EOS-1DS Mark II captures up to 32 consecutive frames at speeds up to
4 fps, rendering the largest file in Canon Digital SLR history.
Commercial Applications
The Ultimate in
Gil Smith
My main concern with any camera system is having a wide array of lenses available
that are manufactured to professional standards. I love using extreme wide-angle lenses
and the full frame chip on the EOS-1Ds Mark II allows me to utilize all of the EOS lenses
to their full potential. The creation of this particular photograph was immeasurably faster
than previously possible thanks to Canon’s superior use of emerging technology. We
were in a studio in a controlled lighting situation, wired to the internet with the art
director hundreds of miles away. We were able to capture and send shots instantly,
and the art director evaluated
and approved the image in
minutes. The Canon EOS-1Ds
Mark II connected to a computer
or a network is a remarkable
platform for photography in this
digital age.”
The EOS-1Ds Mark II
captures more pixels than
the competition, quickly
delivering a high-resolution
photograph without equal.
The 1Ds Mark II’s 16.7
Megapixel full-size CMOS
sensor captures 4992 x 3328
pixels, enough resolution for
almost anything. In addition,
with ISO ratings of 50-3200,
combined with Canon’s noise
reduction technology for an
incredibly low signal to noise
ratio, there’s almost nowhere
this sensor won’t perform.
The 1Ds Mark II can take full
advantage of Canon’s array of
EF lenses, as its sensor is the
same size as a traditional film
SLR, meaning no focal length
conversion factor—lenses
will have the same view they
would on a 35mm camera.
The 1Ds Mark II can also be
shot at lower resolutions to
conserve space on memory
cards if large images are not
the priority of the shoot.
Camera: EOS-1Ds Mark II
Lens: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM
©2005 Gil Smith All Rights Reserved.
Fashion Photography
Melvin Sokolsky
As a photographer shooting fashion I’ve found that the relationship between the
subject and photographer requires a highly responsive camera, even more so than in
sports or journalism photography. In fashion, the cadence of shutter releases will spur
on the models performance in a kind of dance with the photographer. In my experience,
the EOS-1Ds Mark II has proved to be the best when used in tandem with the vast
arsenal of lenses in the EOS line. I, in fact, prefer the 1Ds Mark II to any of the 22MP
medium format backs both in terms of image quality and FPS response time. For the
White Balance
The EOS-1Ds Mark II has nine
white balance modes plus
PC-1 to PC-3, for registration
of up to three temperatures.
To fine-tune white balance,
the 1Ds Mark II also features
white balance compensation
in addition to a number of
different white balance
bracketing options, for spot-on
white balance in any number
of lighting situations.
photo on the left, I deliberately placed the model in a cocoon of veils to create a
situation that would produce moiré and chromatic aberration problems that most
cameras could not handle. The veils envelop the model with multiple layers to amplify
the potential moiré problem; clearly the EOS-1Ds Mark II performed flawlessly.”
Color Matrix
Just as traditional photographers choose their film based
upon considerations of light,
saturation and color temperature, the EOS-1Ds Mark II’s
Color Matrix function allows
the photographer to change
characteristics as if they were
changing films or filters. There
are 5 preset color matrixes
and 2 customizable color
settings, allowing photographers to fine-tune the color
space to their specifications.
Whether using the camera’s
preset color spaces, or
customizing color settings for
the shoot, photographers can
expect precise, natural color,
every time.
Canon Digital Camera Color Space
Camera: EOS-1Ds Mark II
Lens: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM
©2005 Melvin Sokolsky All Rights Reserved
Commercial Studio Photography
DIGIC II: Faster,
Smarter Operation
from Start to Finish.
Michel Tcherevkoff
Here’s what I like about the Canon EOS system: Fast shooting, instant feedback,
instant changes in the color temperature, instant change of ISO. No more changing of
film from B&W to tungsten to daylight and everything in between, it’s all right there. No
more grain with high-speed film, no more need to shoot at low ISO to accommodate
slow tungsten film. Plus, you keep only the best shots! I love the high-resolution sensor,
and the big new LCD monitor is the best! Few corporations today have a commitment to
innovative research and development based on the demand of its customers. Canon
does. Pretty forward thinking!”
Canon’s DIGIC II Image
Processor turns information
captured by the CMOS sensor
into images of exceptional
clarity and resolution.
Photographers can expect
precise, natural colors with
smooth, lifelike gradations,
spot-on white balance and
speed in any number of
lighting situations.
By handling larger volumes of
image data, the DIGIC II Image
Processor also contributes to
lower power consumption:
about 1,200 shots can be
taken on a full battery under
normal conditions.
Photographs can be recorded
as JPEG images, RAW images,
or both simultaneously—
with unprecedented
control over
image quality.
Canon's newly
CR2 RAW type
compression method offers
tremendous image quality,
with rich 12-bit gradation and
lossless image compression.
Perfect for critical applications,
amazing results can be
achieved when processing
Canon’s RAW images on
a computer.
Camera: EOS-1Ds Mark II
Lens: EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro
©2005 Michel Tcherevko= All Rights Reserved
Vincent Laforet
In Photojournalism there is no such thing as a second chance - every moment is
unique and can never be reproduced. Therefore I need a camera system that is
incredibly reliable, one that does not stand in between me and a photograph. I've come
to rely on Canon cameras to not only capture the decisive moments but also to make
photographs that I could not have otherwise. After five solid days of bad weather, and
with a looming deadline, we finally got a clear sunset. I needed to
capture a dramatic shot of the Chrysler Building but did not want to
isolate it as it’s a vital part of the city and rooted to the streets below.
Since the surrounding buildings are lower, they appeared in shadow
while the Chrysler appears to be in spotlight. Flying high above
New York in a helicopter banking at 45°, with one chance to get the
shot that will tell your story, you need confidence in your equipment,
and that’s why I use Canon.”
EOS-1D Mark II N:
You Spoke,
We Listened.
The successor to the amazing
EOS-1D Mark II, the EOS-1D
Mark II N refines every facet
of the photographic process,
resulting in a faster, more
fluid experience for the
photographer. Retaining
the EOS-1D Mark II’s
1.3x conversion factor
and 8.2 Megapixel CMOS
sensor, sophisticated
45-point AF, 21-zone
Evaluative Metering,
superb build quality
and instant 0.2 second
startup time, the
EOS-1D Mark II N
incorporates userrequested improvements
such as an optional changeable
focusing screen for critical
focus in low light and a larger
2.5 inch LCD screen which
provides a bigger image for
playback, and can be viewed
at 170° from all angles. ISO
values can now be changed
in the viewfinder, allowing
photographers to
change settings
without taking the
camera from their
eye. The 1D Mark II N
features these
improvements, plus,
all the shooting modes
of the EOS 1 line and
shutter speeds from
1/8000 to 30 sec.
Camera: EOS-1D Mark II N
Lens: EF 16-35mm f/2.8L USM
©2005 Vincent Laforet All Rights Reserved
Sports Photography
Peter Read Miller
Since I started using the EOS-1 system, I’ve witnessed
Canon’s continual commitment to providing the most
advanced, adaptable, and highest quality equipment to
the professional photographer. Why did I switch to, and
continue to use, Canon EOS cameras and EF Lenses?
Durability, functionality and flexibility. As a sports
photographer, my equipment needs to be as tough and
adaptable as the athletes I cover. They don’t accept
excuses for second place and neither do my photo
editors. The Canon EOS-1D Mark II N’s fast and accurate
auto-focus, high frame rate, plus the incredible sharpness of Canon’s bright telephoto lenses were all critical to
my capturing the power and grace of Maria Sharapova.
The high quality files, the larger buffer, the 2.5 inch LCD
screen and improved playback all helped to make
everything faster and easier.”
Fast Capture,
Faster Processing.
As the “1” designation has
always been used for the
flagship models in the EOS
line, Canon has made no
compromises with the
construction and performance
of the EOS-1D Mark II N.
Photographers can expect
an exceptional degree of
performance and reliability
on par with any film camera
they’ve ever used. In addition
to lightning-fast 45-point
AF, sophisticated tracking,
predictive AF technology,
and precise, instant
metering, no matter the
setting, the 1D Mark II N can
shoot 8.5 JPEG images for
up to 48 shots in one burst,
and at least 22 consecutive
RAW images. Shutter lag is a
responsive 55 milliseconds.
Starting up in 0.2 sec.,
the EOS-1D Mark II N
demonstrates its speed
immediately. The revolutionary
DIGIC II Image Processor
complements the 1D Mark II N’s
speed in capturing images
by processing and saving
them with corresponding
speed and precision.
Camera: EOS-1D Mark II N
Lens: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM
©2005 Peter Read Miller All Rights Reserved
Wedding Photojournalism
Denis Reggie
A telling, gleeful moment is there for an instant and then gone. A camera’s
ability to focus instantly and perfectly control flash exposure is often the difference
between a moment lost and one captured forever.
In dark reception halls, I often twist
the head of my Speedlite flash to
bounce off distant walls and
ceilings, trusting Canon’s
remarkable E-TTL II system to
handle the tricky exposure
challenge effortlessly. Whether
that wall is yellow or blue, any color
cast is instantly eliminated by the
celebrated automatic white balance system.
Difficult shots are now routine thanks to Canon’s
industry-leading technology. I use Canon equipment
with full confidence that I am using the finest
photographic tools available in the world today.”
Canon’s Most
Advanced Flash
Metering System:
The EOS-1D Mark II N’s
advanced features are
complemented by Canon’s
proven E-TTL II flash metering
technology. Unlike older
systems, E-TTL II weighs and
averages the flash metering,
capturing the subject as a
“plane” and not as a “point”.
E-TTL II incorporates distance
information from compatible
EF Lenses for more versatile
flash exposure control,
rendering consistent flash
exposures even if the subject
contains various colors and
levels of reflection. E-TTL II
also eliminates underexposure
that can occur with straight
reflections by ignoring sensor
areas that report abnormally
high levels of light from the
calculated reading. In addition,
E-TTL II prevents overexposure
when photographers lock
focus and recompose the
shot. In this case, E-TTL II
calculates the flash output level
according to the distance
information, not simply the
reading off of the subject. This
means more consistent flash
exposure results, no matter
where the photographer
chooses to focus.
Masked Focusing Screens
(Ec and Ee versions available)
Camera: EOS-1D Mark II N
Lens: EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
Ideal for portrait and wedding
photographers, two new sets of
focusing screens, featuring “crop
lines” or “black mask”, help frame
an image in a traditional 4 x 5 or
square format. Compatible sets
are available for the EOS-1 series
cameras as well as the EOS 5D.
©2005 Denis Reggie All Rights Reserved
Senior Portrait
Clay Blackmore
The features that attracted me to the Canon system are numerous…Let’s start with
the awesome selection of lenses. I own several of Canon’s fast lenses and they have
given me a whole new look to my photographs. The fast lenses allow me to work in
available light, creating portraits that are simple and direct, yet make powerful
statements. I also love working with the EOS-1 body. It’s durable and nimble all at the
same time. I can work the menu features in the dark–with my eyes closed–and this is
important during stressful shoots when I need to change a setting. Most important:
Consistent exposures and accurate focus. That would be the key word…Consistency!
This consistency helps keep my work fresh and exciting.”
More Options for
The Way You Work.
The EOS-1D Mark II N is one
of the easiest cameras to
customize to a photographer’s
personal style of shooting.
Six new “Picture Style”
settings simulate the
characteristics of different
film styles, including
Snapshot mode, for punchy,
print-from-the-camera color,
Portrait mode, for softer,
more natural skin tones;
Landscape, for vivid blues
and greens and overall
sharpness, plus Neutral,
Faithful and Monochrome,
which can be customized
to emulate color filters with
black and white film. Add
Canon’s new interchangeable
matte focusing screens,
proven Custom and Personal
functions (two card slots,
one for CompactFlash (CF)
and one for Secure Digital
(SD) memory cards) with
the ability to record JPEG
and RAW image on different
memory cards, simultaneously,
and it’s clear that the
1D Mark II N is an incredibly
adaptable photographic tool.
Camera: EOS-1D Mark II N
Lens: EF 300mm f/2.8L IS USM
©2005 Clay Blackmore All Rights Reserved
Studio Portrait
The New EOS with
Wide Appeal.
Monte Zucker
I look for a camera that takes the guesswork out of photography, a camera that is
easy to hold and use, that is an extension of my hands, head and heart. The instant I
picked up the new EOS 5D, I knew this was it. Viewing the results of each shot on the
2.5” LCD monitor on the back of the camera, I’m able to focus in on the details that are
usually missed until I’m back at the computer viewing images on a monitor. With the
EOS 5D’s advanced playback, I was able to scrutinize every little detail, refining and
The new EOS 5D offers
advanced photographers a
lightweight, robust Digital SLR
that uses Canon’s superlative
EF lenses without a conversion
factor, an important feature
for photographers who want
to make the most of their
EF lenses range. The EOS 5D’s
full-frame CMOS sensor
perfecting the picture with each successive exposure. What a savings of time, talent
and money! Then, when viewing images on the back of the camera section by section
I was able to confirm in my own mind that I had accomplished what I set out to do. The
Canon EOS 5D and I were “best buddies” right after the first few test shots.”
records 4368 x 2912 pixels,
that’s 12.8 Megapixels, larger
than many other companies’
top-of–the-line sensors. This
sensor, designed in-house by
Canon, provides smooth, highresolution images in line with
the EOS-1Ds Mark II. The 5D
uses Canon’s DIGIC II Image
Processor, has a high-precision
9-point AF system with 6
Supplemental points, an
extended ISO range of
50-3200 and 2 automatic
noise reduction settings which
maximize the effectiveness of
the EOS 5D’s on-chip noise
reduction. With its wide-angle
capabilities, 2.5 inch LCD and
body, the 5D
is the perfect
addition to the
EOS digital line.
(Shown with optional Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E1A)
Camera: EOS 5D
Lens: EF 85mm f/1.2L USM
©2005 Monte Zucker All Rights Reserved
Michele Celentano
In a lot of ways you are only as good as the tools you
use–learn to use the best tools properly and your
advantage is miles high. As such, I believe that having
my Canon cameras and lenses is critical at every job I
photograph. Beautiful files, speedy focus, fast lenses,
Image Stabilization, high ISOs, easy exposure
compensation, and excellent dynamic range are critical to
capturing moving moments in life and it’s those moments
that I earn my living from. There can be no compromise.
Photographing three little girls at sunset in
this remote setting required all the
elements that are important to
my work. Having a compact,
lightweight camera with the
imaging power of the EOS 5D
made this shoot possible.
Without the right tools this
shoot would not have been
More Features,
Less Camera!
The decidedly professional
features of the EOS 5D are
built into a newly designed
compact, rugged and
ergonomically designed
body. Built with magnesium
alloy body covers for strength
and portability, measuring
approximately 6" x 4.4" x 3"
and under 2 lbs, the 5D is
easy to carry during even the
longest photo shoots. Even
the grip is designed for all-day
comfort, featuring a groove
where the photographer’s
middle finger falls. The
metallic mode dial features
roulette wheel grooving for a
more positive feel, and all
buttons and dials are clearly
labeled and feature tactile
cues, so use becomes purely
instinctive. This elegant
design follows over to the
optional BG-E4 battery grip.
With a shutter designed to
take a professional 100,000
frames, the 5D is the perfect
choice for a primary or
secondary SLR.
Camera: EOS 5D
Lens: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM
©2005 Michele Celentano All Rights Reserved
Nature Photography
George Lepp
Every time I go into the field my Canon EOS digital
system allows me to capture precisely what I see. I need
a camera that will solve the photographic problems that
are inevitable in outdoor photography. Will the camera’s
functions assist me, or be an obstacle to overcome?
Will it focus quickly enough? Stand up to the weather and
terrain I frequently find myself in? Most importantly, will
the image quality be up to the standards that my clients
and I demand? Canon has always been interested in what
those of us in the field have to say, and the improvements
made over the years reflect that input. If not for the fullframe sensor on the EOS 5D, for example, this dramatic
“fisheye” shot would not be possible.
Occasionally they’ll even think of
something I didn’t even know
I needed!”
The Result Is Clear.
The EOS 5D has been designed
to provide the photographer
with instant feedback, saving
valuable time when reviewing
images. A new 2.5 inch LCD
screen with approximately
230,000 pixels not only
displays more information,
it can also be viewed from a
far greater angle than many
other conventional LCD screens
(170°). The full-featured shot
information screen provides
an RGB histogram, and
displays the AF frames used.
Magnification to check
exposure and critical focus
has never been faster, and it
is now simple to jump quickly
in image intervals up to 100.
Menus are easily accessed
at the touch of a button, and
feature larger, easier-to-read
text than previous models.
Whether changing color
parameters, setting up
custom functions, organizing
folders, setting white
balance, or any other
feature, the new
screen is designed
with the professional
in mind.
get to their information quickly, so
they never lose a
shot. Wrapped in
the BG-E4 adds
buttons for vertical
shooting, and takes
either BP-511A
batteries or AA’s.
Camera: EOS 5D
Lens: EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye
©2005 George Lepp All Rights Reserved
Actual Size (Shown with
optional Battery Grip BG-E4)
Gerry Kopelow
Long before I switched to Canon digital SLRs, I made
a list of features that I required in a digital camera. Canon
was the first (and remains the only) manufacturer to meet
my requirements: full frame sensor, high pixel count,
bright LCD review, rapid operation and superlative image
quality. I bought one of the first EOS-1Ds cameras
available, and every iteration since has only improved
upon its versatile, intelligent and reliable design. Now with
the EOS 5D I've got another great option. A higher
resolution full-frame camera in a compact, lightweight
body that affords me more versatility than ever before.
The high resolution, wide tonal range sensor made this
kitchen image possible. Note the extreme density
range–from bright chrome to dark wood–and the mixed
lighting. The Canon sensor takes mixed light sources in
stride, allowing faithful image capture without
supplemental lighting.”
Historically, full frame digital
sensors were reserved only
for the very top end of Digital
SLR lines. The EOS 5D is the
3rd camera in the EOS Digital
SLR line to use a full-frame
sensor, eliminating the lens
conversion factor so that
lenses function as they would
on a 35mm camera. With a
12.8 Megapixel CMOS sensor,
the 5D produces a large file
with enough information to
reduce electronic distortions
out of the camera. Besides
being a welcome feature to
wide-angle enthusiasts, the
sensor also realizes the full
potential of Canon’s tilt-shift
lenses. Add the choice of 3
focusing screens, including
one with grid lines, and the
EOS 5D is the perfect camera
for creating fast, huge digital
architectural photos. The
EOS 5D also adds a 9-point
AF sensor, with 6 additional
supplemental focusing
points, which bring a new
level of accuracy to focus
tracking. These new features
combine with a new 3.5%
spot meter and
Canon’s “Picture
Style” feature,
resulting in
superior color
accuracy and
much, much
Camera: EOS 5D
Lens: TS-E 24mm f/3.5L
©2005 Gerry Kopelow All Rights Reserved
Rugged Build Quality, Total Flexibility
Digital Solutions and Connections
Photographers have come to expect stellar images
Reflecting the range of viewing and image
Digital Photo Professional (Version 2.0)
EOS Solution Disk (Version 11.0)
from Canon digital SLRs. And along with excellent
transfer possibilities available today, the
Digital Photo Professional is a RAW image
The EOS Solution Disk includes ZoomBrowser
optics, powerful processors and smooth sensors,
EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II N and EOS 5D
processing application featuring a newly
EX 5.5 and ImageBrowser 5.5, which provide
Canon digital SLRs are complemented by renowned
have a video OUT terminal, perfect for viewing
designed, dedicated image processing engine
dedicated support for downloading and
build quality for ergonomic and reliable operation,
images on a television screen. And in
which is optimized to streamline the workflow
simple RAW image adjustment, EOS Capture
whether in the studio or the field. EOS-1 series
addition to a standard professional IEEE1394
demands of professional digital photogra-
1.5, a remote capture tool, which offers
cameras have rigid, well-coated magnesium alloy
(FireWire) port on the 1Ds Mark II and
phers. It enables high-speed RAW image
improvements in both speed and usability
bodies, as well as being dust-proof and weather-
1D Mark II N, all three include a USB 2.0 port
processing and preview, support for sRGB,
over previous programs.
resistant for shooting in even the most inclement
(Hi-Speed USB on the EOS 5D) for connection
Adobe RGB and Wide Gamut RGB color spaces,
conditions. In addition, the shutters are designed
to computers or direct connection to
and is CMS (Color Management System)
to endure 200,000 cycles (100,000 for the EOS 5D).
compatible printers. Once transferred to a
compatible. In addition to numerous controls
With newly strengthened accessory shoes,
computer, Canon’s EOS Digital Solution
for exposure and color settings, it also
electromagnetic shielding to help reduce noise,
Disk (Ver. 11.0 as of September 2005), and
includes a cropping tool, a navigation tool,
all in elegant, durable bodies, these SLRs are a
Digital Photo Professional (Ver. 2.0), add a
CMYK printer simulation, batch
pleasure to hold and use.
combination of powerful, easy to use tools
conversion, multiple image
designed to seamlessly transform data
download and download to
captured by the cameras into spectacular
applications other than Photoshop.
digital files, perfect for any application the
photographer may have in mind.
“Shooting boats means consistently exposing my
equipment to the most demanding and equipmentthreatening conditions that one can expose a camera to–salt water! I have to be able to concentrate on
capturing the image. I have enough to worry about,
keeping myself from falling overboard, keeping the
lens steady, framing the shot, and telling the driver
where to go. The EOS-1 cameras are as tough as
nails and that’s what I need to get my work done.”
–Onne van der Wal
Digital Photo Professional 2.0
ZoomBrowser EX 5.5
Camera: EOS-1Ds
Lens: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM
©2005 Onne van der Wal All Rights Reserved.
Easy Solutions, for Any Kind of Print
The EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II N and
imagePROGRAF W8400
i9900 Photo Printer
EOS 5D are capable of direct printing with
• 44" wide, for tremendous prints
PictBridge-enabled printers, including a
• High-density, 6 color print head totaling
• 6,144 nozzles for exceptional speed.
• 8 color ChromaPLUS ink system for expanded
color gamut.
• 2 Picoliter droplets for virtually grain-free
photos up to 13" x 19".
• Direct printing from
PictBridge compatible
digital cameras
and DV
number of printers made by Canon. Canon's
excellent Compact Photo Printers are perfect
for on-site portable printing, a plus for
professionals who need to quickly produce
prints for client review—a viable alternative to
7,680 nozzles and resolution of up to
2,400 x 1,200 dpi
• Canon’s PG pigment-based ink set for
detailed prints, with enhanced longevity,
and enhanced color gamut
an instant photo. For portfolio and fine art
• Print longevity of up to 75 years† under glass
prints, Canon’s CP series is complemented by
• Intuitive operation with newly-designed
Canon's photo printers, i9900 and new
control panel
PIXMA iP6600D for a whole new level of
speed, resolution and overall picture quality.
And for large-scale prints that rival any fine
art printer, Canon is pleased to announce the
• Color Chroma Life100 ink system for
expanded color gamut.
• 3,072 nozzles for exceptional photo speed,
borderless 4" x 6"photographs in approx.
46 seconds.
• Microscopic 1 picoliter droplets for virtually
grain-free photos.
• Direct photo printing
from PictBridge
digital cameras
and DV camcorders.
imagePROGRAF line of wide-format printers.
The PIXMA and imagePROGRAF series feature
Canon’s new FINE (Full-photolithography
Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) technology. FINE
printers have a high-precision multi-nozzle
print head designed to provide smaller ink
droplets in one pass, resulting in faster and
more accurate printing than ever before.
With powerful software, these sleek printers
imagePROGRAF W6400
streamline workflow and create professional
• 24" wide, high-speed printer
quality prints. Photographers can easily crop,
• Canon’s PG pigment-based ink set for
brighten and sharpen their images, and can
even remove blemishes on faces using
detailed prints, with enhanced longevity
• Newly-designed print head, enabling 4pl
supplied software. Printing in volume, even
droplets for smooth, detailed prints
double sided, with any number of different
• Enhanced resolution of up to 2,400 x
print media is as simple as the touch of
a button.
1,200 dpi
• Adobe PostScript 3 RIP (Register Image
Processor) and poster creation software
* Based on Color Ink/paper Set KP-108IP and manufacturer’s
suggested retail price as of 9/01/05.
** Based on accelerated dark storage testing by Canon under
controlled lighting, temperature and humidity conditions. Canon
cannot guarantee the longevity of the prints; results may vary
depending on printed image, display/storage conditions and
environmental factors.
Compact Photo Printer SELPHY CP710
• Create lab quality, long-lasting 4" x 6" photos with
the touch of a button – no computer required.
• Paper and Ink for 4" x 6" photo print are as low as
28¢ per print* and come in one convenient package.
• High quality, water resistant prints last up to
100 years.**
• Print directly from PictBridge enabled digital
camera or from your memory card via card slot.
• Preview your images on the 1.5 inch
LCD monitor, or use a computer.
• Print images from your
Bluetooth enabled camera
phone with an optional
Bluetooth adapter.
EOS: The Most Comprehensive
Digital SLR System
Canon's world-renowned lineup of EF Lenses
elements. In certain super- telephoto lenses,
lens attached to the camera, a special group
includes over 50 models ranging from 14mm
Fluorite elements are used, as they are even
of lens elements automatically shift position,
ultra-wide-angle to 600mm super-telephoto.
more effective in minimizing these
compensating for the movement and
Through Canon's advanced optical know-how
characteristics, enabling more compact lens
stabilizing the image. This compensatory
and sub-micron precision engineering,
design with no compromise in performance.
effect adds the equivalent of up to three stops
EF Lenses offer unprecedented capabilities
Wide angle and fast standard lenses often
of exposure, expanding a photographers
that meet wide-ranging needs. Leading
suffer from another optical problem: Spherical
handheld options dramatically.
features include a high precision Ultrasonic
Aberration. This occurs when the point of
Motor that silently drives the AF mechanism,
focus of the light ray coming through the
Lenses using Canon’s Diffractive Optics are
an Image Stabilizer that automatically
center of the lens does not align with the point
both high performance and more compact
compensates for camera shake, aspherical
of focus of the light ray coming through the
than those with traditional refractive designs.
optics, Fluorite lenses, Ultra Low Dispersion
lens edge. Since there is no sharp point of
While conventional glass elements disperse
(UD) lenses, and Super UD lenses.
focus, the image looks blurred. Canon’s
incoming light, thereby causing chromatic
Aspherical elements change the curvature
aberration, Canon’s unique multi-layer
No other line of lenses carries the reputation
from center to edge
diffractive elements work together with
of Canon’s renowned L-series. Easily
to align the points
conventional glass optics to reduce the effects
recognized by the bold red ring around the
of focus of the
of dispersion and minimize or eliminate
outer barrel, these lenses utilize the best in
incoming light
chromatic aberration. Diffractive coatings are
Canon’s cutting-edge technology, and feature
rays so that the
bonded to the rear surface of one lens
superior durability and resistance to the
entire image plane
element and the front surface of another.
element, enhancing performance without
appears focused.
compromising ease of use.
Lens: EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM
These elements are attached together to form
EF 24–105mm f/4L IS USM
Lens: TS-E 24mm f/3.5L Tilt-Shift ©2005 Gerry Kopelow All Rights Reserved
a single multi-layer diffractive (DO) element.
Canon’s Image Stabilizer (IS)
This elements’ dispersion characteristics are
One of the greatest challenges in the design of
technology makes handheld photography
reversed when compared to conventional
a telephoto lens has been the minimization of
possible in more low-light situations than ever
optics, making it possible to cancel chromatic
Macro Lenses
Super Telephoto
TS-E lenses are capable of tilt and shift
Canon’s Super Telephoto lenses are
Specialty Lenses
color fringing, or chromatic aberration. So,
before. When camera shake occurs using
aberrations at each wavelength when
To bring small things into full-sized view,
some L-series lenses use Canon’s Ultra Low
normal lenses without IS technology, the
conventional and DO elements are combined.
Canon’s EF lens lineup has a number of
movements, bringing many of the advantages
renowned for their optics, performance and
image projected on the focal-plane also
options for true close-up and macro
of technical view cameras to the EOS system.
speed. They can be found on the sidelines of
shakes, often resulting in blurred images at
photography. With macro lenses for
Tilt movements alter the angle of the plane
every major sports event around the world.
contrast and sharpness and minimizes the
slower shutter speeds. In the same
precision, and three screw-on close-up
of focus between the lens and CMOS sensor
From the EF 300mm f/2.8L IS USM all the way
splitting of colors as they pass through the
situation, with an IS
lenses for convenience—in addition to
(or film plane), making broad depth-of-field
to the EF 600mm f/4L IS USM, every
EF Life-Size Converter and two Extension
possible even at large apertures; shift
professional’s arsenal will be fortified with an
Tubes, Canon has a perfect close-up
movements move the lens’ optical axis
L-series Super Telephoto.
option for any situation.
in parallel, allowing the photographer to
Dispersion glass to help minimize this effect.
The design of the UD glass provides outstanding
control perspective.
Smarter Flash Performance
Canon’s Pro digital SLRs employ E-TTL II, the
E-TTL II knows to ignore those levels, resulting
Speedlite 580EX
Speedlite 430EX
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2
most advanced flash metering technology,
in the correct exposure. This feature is useful
• Approx. 25% faster recycling time
• Significantly greater user control via new
• Dedicated transmitter to control unlimited
to solve problems encountered by
when shooting a subject with a highly
photographers. Occasionally, if you lock
reflective object in the background, or if the
focus and recompose your shot, this could
subject itself is highly reflective. Metered
result in a non-optimal exposure with
areas with large discrepancies between
previous systems. E-TTL II remedies this by
ambient and pre-flash readings are excluded
ignoring the active focusing point, considering
or down-weighted because they are assumed
distance information and evaluating pre-flash
to contain a highly reflective subject. These
information immediately before the exposure
readings are weighted, averaged and
occurs. Sometimes in flash photography,
compared with the ambient light reading
mirror-like objects in the image cause the
and the main flash output is then set and
sensor to register localized, abnormally high
stored in memory, ensuring consistent flash
levels, and would result in underexposure.
output through a number of shots.
compared to previous 550EX.
• Superior evenness of exposure, center to
corner of frame.
• Slightly higher max. guide number at
105mm setting (GN 190-feet at ISO 100).
• Auto conversion of flash coverage with
compatible digital SLRs.
• White Balance info communicated
instantly to compatible digital SLRs.
• Full swivel, 180° in either direction (first TTL
flash with this ability).
• AF-assist beam now
LCD panel on rear of flash.
• Wide-angle pull-down panel covers 14mm
lens (on a full-frame camera).
• Slightly higher max. Guide number at
105mm setting (GN 141-feet, at ISO 100).
number of compatible slave flashes.
• Compatible with Speedlite 580EX, 550EX,
430EX and 420EX.
• Controls compatible slave units up to 33 ft.
outdoors and 49.5 ft. indoors.
• Auto conversion of flash zoom coverage
with compatible digital SLRs.
• White balance info communicated
instantly to compatibe digital SLRs.
• Bounce upward to 90°;
swivel right (to 90°)
and left (180°).
compatible with all AF
points on every EOS SLR.
• Select Dial for easy
inputs and user control.
Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX
• Attaches to all Canon EF and EF-S Macro
lenses (EF 180mm f/3.5L requires Macro
Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX
• Twin-tube ring lite designed for close-up
photography with EF and EF-S Macro
lenses; Flash tubes can fire together or
• Supports E-TTL and E-TTL II Wireless
Lite Adapter 72C).
• Twin flash heads can be rotated over 80°
angle around lens in 5° increments.
• Heads can be swiveled or bounced and can be
removed from mounting ring for added control.
• Powerful Guide Number of 78 (feet, at
Autoflash in conjunction with one or more
ISO 100), full E-TTL/E-TTL II control and
compatible EX Speedlites.
advanced features including FEL, Hi-speed
• Incandescent focusing lamps and two
forms of modelling flash permit preview
of lighting effects.
• Illuminated LCD panel for easy flash
settings in any lighting condition.
Camera with
sync, and FEB.
• Full E-TTL/E-TTL II automatic flash control
with compatible EOS bodies, including
EOS-1Ds Mark II, 1D Mark II N, 5D, 20D, and
Digital Rebel XT digital SLRs.
• Incandescent focusing lamps, and two
different types of 1-second modeling flash
allow easy focusing and previewing of
lighting effects.
©2005 Gerd Ludwig All Rights Reserved
Wireless File Transfer:
The Next Generation of Image Delivery
concentrate on shooting photographs,
Wireless Transmitter WFT-E1A
knowing that their images are being
• Wireless LAN compatible (IEEE 802.11 B/G
transferred in the background, automatically.
Whether working on location, in the studio,
shooting fashion or events, the WFT-E1A is an
indispensable tool for today’s pros. The
WFT-E1A offers several different ways of
transmitting image data: It can communicate
For Sports Photojournalism
Wireless File transfer has already found
any deadline and can even get feedback
a home with sports photographers and
on images while shooting. And, since they
photojournalists, who benefit from the
are transmitting their files, photographers
speed and ease of transferring images
don’t have to worry about changing memory
while they shoot: by transmitting images
cards. Whether capturing the winning
to a local computer, an assistant manages
serve, or the handshake at the net, the
and transmits image files immediately.
photographer will never miss a minute of
This way, the photographer can meet
the action.
up to 54 mbps) for speedy image
transmission during or after shooting.
• 100 Base-TX Ethernet connection for
tethered, fast connection.
• Compatible with both USB 2.0 and IEEE 1394
(firewire) connections to the camera.
directly with a local computer outfitted with a
• Thin profile complements the design of the digital EOS
Canon’s Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E1A
wireless LAN adapter, or with a direct Ethernet
• Operable up to approx. 200 ft with normal.
enables fast, wireless image transfer from
connection. It can also connect to a remote
EOS Digital cameras directly to a computer.
server through a Wireless Access Point
This amazing productivity tool eliminates the
connection. Built to withstand the rigors of
need to stop and upload image files to the
professional shooting, the WFT-E1A is the
WEP and TKIP encryption (180 minutes wireless,
computer, allowing photographers to
perfect complement to a digital EOS System.
270 minutes wired).
antenna, or up to approx. 500 ft with optional
extended-range antenna. (ERA-E1)
• Offers high-security transfer using WPA-PSK,
For Commercial Studio Photography
Studio photographers can transfer images
transfer to an FTP server via wireless or
automatically, either immediately or after
wired LAN. Wirelessly, the antenna
the shooting session. In immediate mode,
supplied allows a 200 ft. range, more than
the art director, client, and assistants can
sufficient for most studios. In wired mode,
be working, even off-site, giving feedback
a port on the side of the unit connects,
during the session for greater spontaneity
with an appropriate Ethernet cable, to a
and efficiency. In operation, images
computer or other Ethernet device.
For Wedding Photography
Wedding photographers can have one less
shots while offsite downloading images
thing to worry about with the WFT-E1A
to the computer. They can shoot either
attached to their camera. Free to roam
vertically or horizontally, transferring their
about the ceremony and reception,
images without worry of getting tangled up
photographers can feel confident knowing
in wires. Results can be shared and orders
their images are being transferred to their
can be taken on the spot, from clients and
computer as they shoot. They won’t run
guests; showing photographs in print or
out of memory cards or lose important
on screen.
* Canon USA does not provide support for configuring TCP/IP, encryption or FTP on your computer and/or network. You should
consult with your IT specialist or computer systems integrator to configure your computer and/or network for these services.
©2005 Peter Read Miller All Rights Reserved
Spot Metering Circle
Area AF Ellipse
Correct Exposure Index
Exposure Level Increments
: 1 stop
: 1/3 stop
Flash Overexposure
Laser-matte Screen
AF Point
Self-Timer Lamp
Shutter Button
PC Terminal
Lens Release Button
Remote Control Terminal (N3 type)
High-speed sync (FP flash)
Blinks when FE lock cannot be achieved
Exposure Level
Flash exposure Level
* AE Lock
AEB in-progress
Multi-Spot metering
Flash Underexposure
Max. burst for continuous
M Manual Exposure
Video OUT
Depth-of-Field Preview Button
Vertical Grip Shutter Button
Digital Port
Direct Printer Port
Battery Release Knob
Vertical Grip Main Dial
Hand Strap Eyelet
Battery Release Button
Tripod Socket
Quick Control Dial Switch
Viewfinder Eyepiece
LCD Monitor
Protect/Sound Recording Button
MENU Button
Quick Control Dial
Assist Button/White Balance
Compensation Button (WB Button
pressed simultaneously)
AE Lock/Reduce Button
Shutter Speed
AF Point Selection Mode ([ ], SEL)
FE Lock
Busy (
AF Point Selection Mode (AF, [ ], HP)
Memory Card No. (1,2)
Exposure Compensation
Flash Exposure
In-focus Indicator
Remaining Shots
ISO Speed
Self-Timer Countdown
ISO Speed Icon
White Balance
Shooting Mode
P : Program AE
M : Manual Exposure
T : Shutter-priority Ae
V : Aperture-priority Ae
AEB amount
AF Point Selection Mode (AF, [ ], HP)
Memory Card No. (1,2)
Memory Card Selection/Enlarge Button
Rear LCD Panel
Drive Mode
Continuous Shooting*
High-speed Continuous
Low-speed Continuous
Self-timer (10 sec.)
Self-timer (2 sec.)
AF Point Selector/Enlarge Button
Memory Card Slot Cover
Memory Card Slot Cover Knob
Battery Level Mark
Image Recording Quality
Selection Button
White Balance Button
White Balance Bracketing Button
Exposure Level Scale
Exposure Compensation
AEB Amount
Flash Exposure
Compensation Level
Personal Function Mark
Access Lamp
Vertical AE Lock/Reduce Button
Vertical AF Point Selector/
Enlarge Button
ERASE Button
CLEAR Button
AF Mode
One-Shot AF
Metering Mode
Evaluative Metering
Partial Metering
Spot Metering
Center-weighted Average Metering
Flash Exposure Compensation
Shots Remaining
ISO Speed
Self-timer Countdown
Bulb Exposure Time
Error Code
Remaining Images to Record
Shutter Speed
Bulb Exposure Time (Min.:Sec.)
AF Point Selection Mode ([ ], SEL)
FE Lock
Busy (
,PC )
Error (
Vertical FE Lock/Multi-Spot
Metering Button
Vertical Operation ON/OFF Switch
Vertical Assist Button/White Balance
Compensation Button (WB button
pressed simultaneously)
White Balance
Tungsten Light
Fluorescent Light
Color Temperature
Image Quality
CF Card Selection Indicator
White Balance Correction
White Balance Correction
SD Memory Card Selection Indicator
Folder No.
Recording Microphone
LCD Panel Illumination Button
Power Switch
White Balance Bracketing Level
File No.
Color Temperature
Personal White Balance
Data Transfer Mark
FE Lock/Multi-Spot Metering Button
AEB Button
Shooting Mode Selection Button
AF Mode Selection Button
Metering Mode Selection/Flash
Exposure Compensation Button
Shutter Button
Main Dial
Exposure Compensation/
Aperture Button
Strap Mount
White Balance Correction
White Balance Correction
Drive Mode Selection Button
SD Memory Card Indicator
SD Card Selection Icon
CF Card Indicator
CF Card Selection Icon
Dioptric Adjustment Knob
RAW Image-recording Card Slot Indicater
White Balance Bracketing Level
ISO Speed Button
Top LCD Panel
Flash-sync Contacts
Hot Shoe
White Balance
Tungsten Light
Fluorescent Light
Color Temperature
* EOS-1Ds Mark II Only
Data Transfer Icon
Monocrome Shooting
Folder No.
File No.
Color Temperature
Personal White Balance
Image-recording Quality
** EOS-1D Mark II N Only
Eyepiece Shutter Lever
Self-timer Lamp
Strap Mount
Lens Release Button
Grip (Battery Compartment)
AF Points
(with Superimposed Display)
Spot Metering Circle
Focusing Screen
PC Terminal
Digital Terminal
Remote Control Terminal (N3 type)
CF Card Slot Cover
Video OUT Terminal
Depth-of-field Preview Button
Battery Compartment Cover Release Lever
Battery Compartment Cover
Tripod Socket
DC Coupler Cord Hole
* AE Lock/AEB in-progress
Focus Confirmation Light
Maximum burst
White Balance Correction
High-speed Sync (FP flash)
FE Lock
Exposure Level
Flash Exposure Compensation
Exposure Compensation Amount
Shutter Speed
CF Card Full Warning (
FE Lock (
CF Card Error Warning (
Busy (
No CF Card Warning (
Flash Exposure Compensation
AEB Level
AE Lock/FE Lock Button/
Index/Reduce Button
Viewfinder Eyepiece
Direct Print Button
MENU Button
AF Point Selection/Enlarge Button
CF Card Slot
INFO/Trimming Orientation Button
CF Card Full Warning (
ISO Speed
CF Card Error Warning (
No CF Card Warning (
Setting Button
Playback Button
AF Point Selection (
Busy (
ISO Speed
Quick Control Dial
JUMP Button
Shutter Speed
Error Code (
Cleaning Image Sensor (
WB Correction
Erase Button
Shots Remaining
White Balance
LCD Screen
Power/Quick Control Dial Switch
Shots Remaining
During WB-BKT
Self-Timer Countdown
Bulb Exposure Time
Tungsten Light
White Fluorescent Light
AF Mode Selection/White Balance
Selection Button
LCD Panel Illumination Button
Drive Mode Selection/
ISO Speed Button
Metering Mode Selection/
Flash Exposure Compensation Button
Shutter Button
Monochrome Shooting
AF Mode
* Manual focus when none is displayed
Center-weighted Average
LCD Panel
Exposure Level
Exposure Compensation Amount
AEB Level
Flash-sync Contacts
Metering Mode
Recording Quality
Hot Shoe
Main Dial
Strap Mount
Battery Level Mark
Custom Function
Mode Dial
Drive Mode
Color Temperature
Flash Exposure Compensation Amount
Dioptric Adjustment Knob
Flash Exposure Compensation
CF Card Writing Status
Image Sensor
Special Features
EOS-1D Mark II N
16.7 MP CMOS Full-frame 36 x 24mm
8.2 MP CMOS APS-H 28.7 x 19.1mm
12.8 MP CMOS Full-frame 36 x 24mm
• Maximum continuous shooting
speed of 4 fps (approximate)
• Built-in 2.0 inch color monitor
• Custom Functions (20 custom
functions with 65 settings)
• Custom Functions (21 custom
• Maximum continuous
functions with 69 settings)
shooting speed of 8.5 fps
• Simultaneous or separate
RAW and JPEG image capture
• Built-in 2.5 inch wide
viewing angle color monitor • Depth-of-Field Preview
• Mirror Lock
• IEEE 1394 Compatible
• Maximum continuous shooting speed of 3 fps (approximate)
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG
image capture
• Depth-of-Field Preview
• Mirror Lock
• IEEE 1394 Compatible
• Built-in 2.5 inch wide viewing angle color monitor
• Custom Functions (21 custom functions with 57 settings)
• Simultaneous RAW and JPEG image capture
• Depth-of-Field Preview
• Mirror Lock
TTL-AREA-SIR CMOS Sensor. One-Shot and AI Servo AF with Focus Prediction.
Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF Lenses. Automatic or manual focus point selection.
TTL-CT-SIR CMOS Sensor. One-Shot and AI Servo AF with Focus Prediction.
Manual focusing confirmation possible with EF Lenses. Automatic or manual focus point selection.
No. of Focusing Points
Forty-five (Area AF Ellipse) Seven central high-precision cross-type AF points.
Nine (plus 6 Assist AF points) Center-AF point is cross-type Hybrid high and standard precision.
Autofocus Sensitivity
EV 0-18 (at ISO 100).
EV-0.5-18 (at ISO 100).
Vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch electromagnetic release, all speeds electronically controlled.
30–1/8,000 sec. & Bulb; manually selectable in 1/3 stop increments.
Vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch electromagnetic release, all speeds electronically controlled.
1/250 sec.; high-speed sync. available with EX-series Speedlites.
Digital images are stored on removable CompactFlash™ (Type I & II) or SD memory card.
1/200 sec.
Autofocus System
Shutter Speeds
Maximum Flash Synchronization Speed
Storage Media
30–1/8,000 sec.
Digital images are stored on removable CompactFlash™ Type I & II.
Frames Per Second
Single, 4.0 fps.
(Can be altered in 1 fps increments with Personal Function)
Single, 3.0 fps, 8.5 fps
(Can be altered with Personal Function)
Single, 3.0 fps.
Metering System
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 21-zone evaluative metering
• 8.5% partial metering
• 2.4% center spot metering
• 2.4% spot metering (linked to
user-selected focusing point)
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 21-zone evaluative metering
• 13.5% partial metering
• 3.8% center spot metering
• 3.8% spot metering (linked to
user-selected focusing point)
TTL full-aperture metering:
• 35-zone Evaluative metering
• 8.0% Partial metering
• 3.5% Center spot metering
• Center-weighted average metering
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
Metering Sensitivity
Exposure Compensation
Flash Exposure Compensation
AE Lock
Exposure Modes
White Balance
Auto White Balance
Color Temperature Compensation*
EOS-1Ds Mark II
• Multi-Spot metering
(up to 8 spot readings)
• Center-weighted average
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
• Multi-Spot metering
(up to 8 spot readings)
• Center-weighted average
• Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II)
EV 0–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4).
±3 stops in 1/3 or 1/2-stop increments.
EV 1–20 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4).
±3 stops in 1/3 or 1/2-stop increments.
±2 stops in 1/3 increments.
• Shutter Speed-priority AE
• Intelligent Program AE
• Manual
• Flash Metered Manual
• Aperture-priority AE
with variable shift
• E-TTL II Flash AE
• Bulb
Settings: Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten Light, Fluorescent Light, Flash, Custom, Color Temperature, Personal White Balance
(total 10 settings).
• Program AE
• Shutter Speed-priority AE
image sensor.
• White Balance bracketing: ±3 stops in full-stop increments.
• White Balance correction: ±9 stops in full-stop increments.
* Blue/Amber bias or Magenta/Green bias possible.
image sensor.
±2 stops in 1/3 or 1/2-stop increments.
• Aperture-priority AE
• Full Auto
• Manual
• E-TTL II Flash AE
Settings: Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy/Twilight/Sunset, Tungsten Light, White Fluorescent Light, Flash, Custom, Color Temperature
(total 9 settings).
• White Balance bracketing: ±3 stops in full-stop increments.
• White Balance correction: ±9 stops in full-stop increments.
* Blue/Amber bias on Magenta/Green bias possible.
Fixed eye-level pentaprism.
Fixed eye-level pentaprism.
Viewfinder Coverage
100% horizontal and vertical at 0.7x.
Viewfinder Information
Inside the picture area: Area AF ellipse, illuminated AF frames and spot metering circle.
Displayed at the bottom and right side of the viewing area:
• Manual exposure level
• Exposure compensation/
• Shutter speed
Flash compensation
• Remaining frames in burst
• Aperture Value
• Multi-Spot readings
• Exposure level/
• AE Lock
• FE Lock
• ISO Speed
Flash exposure level
Focusing Screens
Laser-matte screen Ec-C III, with area AF ellipse and fine spot metering circle provided as the standard screen (interchargeable with
Ec-series focusing screens. Metering correction data can be set with a Custom function for the Laser-matte and New Laser-matte screens).
Masked Focusing Screens (Ec and Ee versions available)
Ee-A , Ee-D and Ee-S
Masked Focusing Screens (Ec and Ee versions available)
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay.
Electronically controlled with 2- or 10-second delay.
LCD Monitor
TFT color liquid-crystal type; 2.0 in. with approx. 230,000 pixels.
100% coverage with respect to the e=ective pixels. Brightness
adjustment available with 5 levels. 12 interface languages.
Image Playback
Single Image, Single Image (INFO.), 4-image index, 9-image index, Magnified zoom (approx. 1.5x – 10x), Rotated image can be displayed.
Highlight alert is displayed in Single Image and Single Image (INFO.) formats, any overexposed highlight areas blink in the image display.
Single Image, 9-image index, Magnified zoom (approx. 1.5-10x), Auto Play, Jump (by 1/10/100 images, with 9-image index, during magnified view, during the menu
display), Rotated image can be displayed. Highlight alert is displayed in Single Image (INFO.) formats, any overexposed highlight areas blink in the image display.
Sound Recording
Voice annotation recorded with the built-in microphone and attached to the image in WAVE format.
Direct Printing
Compatible printers: SELPHY Compact Photo Printers, CP Direct, PictBridge compatible printers.
Compatible printers: SELPHY Compact Photo Printers, CP Direct, PictBridge compatible printers.
Body Dimensions (W x H x D)
6.1 x 6.2 x 3.1 in. / 156 x 157.6 x 79.9mm
6.0 x 4.4 x 3.0 in. / 152 x 113 x 75mm
Weight (Body Only)
43.0 oz. / 1,220g
100% horizontal and vertical at 0.72x.
• JPEG Indication
• Hi-speed flash sync
• White Balance +⁄–
TFT color liquid-crystal type; 2.5 in. with approx. 230,000 pixels.
100% coverage with respect to the effective pixels. Brightness
adjustment available with 5 levels 15 interface languages.
43.2 oz. / 1,225g
96% horizontal and vertical at 0.71x.
Inside the picture area: Nine focusing points, 3.5% Partial metering circle.
Displayed at the bottom of the viewing area:
• Shutter speed
• Exposure level scale
• FP mode indicator
• Aperture value
• Flash status
(high-speed sync)
• AE Lock
• Flash expsure compenstion
• Remaining frames in burst
• FE Lock
• AF-in-focus indicator
• Red-Eye reduction
• CF card full warning
• White Balance +/• Focus Confirmation
TFT color liquid-crystal type; 2.5 in. with approx. 230,000 pixels. 100% coverage with respect to the effective pixels.
Brightness adjustment available with 5 levels.
28.6 oz. / 810g
Function No.
C. Fn-01
C. Fn-02
C. Fn-03
C. Fn-04
C. Fn-05
C. Fn-06
C. Fn-07
C. Fn-08
C. Fn-09
C. Fn-10
C. Fn-11
C. Fn-12
C. Fn-13
C. Fn-14
C. Fn-15
C. Fn-16
C. Fn-17
C. Fn-18
C. Fn-19
C. Fn-20
C. Fn-21
C. Fn-00
Function Description Setting
EOS-1Ds Mark II
EOS-1D Mark II N
No viewfinder display
Finder display on
Possible without card
Shutter release
without CF card
Not possible
None (ISO Speed extension moved to menu)
AF/AE lock
AE lock/AF
Shutter button/
AE Lock button
AF/AF lock, no AE lock
AE/AF, no AE lock
Tv= Av=
Manual Tv/Av
set. for M exp.
Av= w/o lens
Tv= Av= w/o lens
1/3-stop set, 1/3-stop comp
Exposure level
1-stop set, 1/3-stop comp
1/2-stop set, 1/2-stop comp
Turns on after One-Shot AF
USM Lens
Turns o= after One-Shot AF
electronic MF
Always turned o=
Disabled in AF mode
Remaining Shots/File No.
ISO/Remaining Shots
Top LCD panel/
Back LCD panel
ISO/File No.
Shots in folder/Remaining Shots
0 → — → +/Auto cancellation
0 → — → +/No cancellation
Auto bracketing
— → 0 → +/Auto cancellation
— → 0 → +/No cancellation
AF point
On without dimming
↔ = +⁄– +
= +⁄– +
AF point
selection method
↔ = only =
Mirror lockup
45/Center AF point
11/Active AF point
Number AF points/
11/Center AF point
Spot metering
9/Active AF point
9/Center AF point
Evaluative flash metering
Averaged flash metering
1st-curtain synchronization
Shutter curtain
2nd-curtain synchronization
Safety shift in
Av or Tv
Single AF point
AF point
Expand (TTL. of 7 AF points)
activation area
Automatic expand (max. 13)
Switch to registered
AF point
Only while pressing
AF stop
AF start
AE lock while metering
Lens AF stop
button function
AF point: M → Auto/Auto → Ctr.
IS start
Moderately slow
tracking sensitivity
Moderately fast
Drive speed priority
N Ec-N, R
L Ec-A, B, C, CII, CIII, D, H, I, L
Focusing Screen
P Ec-S
Function No.
Function Description Setting
Finder display
during exposure
C. Fn-01
C. Fn-02
C. Fn-03
C. Fn-04
SET function
when shooting
Long exposure
noise reduction
Flash sync. speed
in Av mode
AE lock button
C. Fn-05
AF-assisst beam
C. Fn-06
Exposure level
C. Fn-07
C. Fn-08
C. Fn-09
Flash firing
ISO expansion
Bracket sequence/
Auto cancel
C. Fn-10
C. Fn-11
Menu button
display position
C. Fn-12
C. Fn-13
C. Fn-14
C. Fn-15
Mirror lockup
AF point
selection method
Shutter curtain sync.
Default (No Function)
Change quality
Change Picture Style
Function No.
Function Description
P. Fn-00
Set Custom Function groups
P. Fn-01
Disable shooting modes
Usable modes P/Tv/Av/M/Bulb
P. Fn-02
Disable metering modes
Usable modes 5 Evaluative 6 Partial 7 Spot 7 Center-weighted averaging
P. Fn-03
Specified M exp. metering modes
EOS-1Ds Mark II
P. Fn-00-1/2/3
P. Fn-00-1/2/3
EOS-1D Mark II N
OK/ Cancel
OK/ Cancel
Menu display
Image replay
P. Fn-04
Set max. shutter speed
1/200 sec. (Fixed)
P. Fn-05
Set max./min. aperture
According to lens
Max. f/1.0-72/ Min. f/91-1.4
AF/ AE lock
AE lock/ AF
P. Fn-06
Preset shoot./
metering mode
Register: Press +⁄– button, then press
button. Select: Press
button. buLb
can’t be registered.
AF/ AF lock, no AE lock
Registers and switches exposure mode,
metering mode, exposure setting and
exposure compensation amount.
AE/ AF, no AE lock
P. Fn-07
Repeat continous bracketing
While shutter button is held down, bracketing repeats continuously in
the current drive mode.
P. Fn-08
Number of bracketed shots
Sets length of bracketing sequence to 2, 3, 5 or 7 shots.
P. Fn-09
C. Fn-09-2,3 bracketing: +, 0,–
Bracketing with C. Fn-09-2,3 Bracketing seq. is plus-, 0-, and minus-compensation.
P. Fn-10
Program shift retained
Normally, any program shift amount is cancelled after one picture. P. Fn-10 retains
the program shift amount.
P. Fn-14
Lens focus search turned o=
P. Fn-15
AF-assist beam turned o=
P. Fn-16
Camera shoots when in focus
P. Fn-17
AF point auto sel. turned o=
Camera normally switches to automatic AF point selection
when user dials past peripheral AF points. P. Fn-17 prevents this.
P. Fn-18
C. Fn-11-2: Auto AF point sel.
Enables standard horizontal AF point selection together with automatic AF point
selection with C. Fn-11-2.
P. Fn-19
Set continuous
shooting speed
P. Fn-20
Number of continuous shots
P. Fn-21
Quiet, delayed
shutter cocking
P. Fn-23
Time length for timers
P. Fn-24
LCD panel illumination
ON during B
P. Fn-25
Default settings when cleared
P. Fn-26
Shortened release time lag
P. Fn-27
Reversed direction of dials
P. Fn-28
Exposure compensation canceled
Does not emit
Does not fire
0,—,+/ Enable
0,—,+/ Disable
—,0,+/ Enable
—,0,+/ Disable
Previous (top if power off)
Multi-controller direct
Quick Control Dial direct
1st-curtain sync.
2nd-curtain sync.
Safety shift in
Av or Tv
C. Fn-17
AF point
activation area
C. Fn-18
LCD display→
Return to shoot
With Shutter Button only
Also with * etc.
AF stop
AF start
AE lock while metering
AF point: Manual→Auto/Auto→Center
IS start
C. Fn-20
Add original
decision data
C. Fn-00
Focusing Screen
Lens AF stop
button function
C. Fn-16
C. Fn-19
5 Evaluative 6 Partial 7 Spot 7 Center-weighted averaging
1/8000-30 sec. Max. 1/8000-1/250 sec.
When autofocus can’t be achieved, the lens is normally driven to search for the correct
focus. P. Fn-14 cancels searching under this condition.
Disables the external Speedlite’s built-in AF-assist beam.
Takes a picture automatically when the subject comes to the preset focusing distance.
Adjust continuous shooting speed in
1 fps increments.
High-speed continuous shooting:
8.5/7/6/5/4/3/2 fps
Low-speed continuous shooting:
7/6/5/4/3/2/1 fps
Depending on quality, number of continuous shots might be smaller
than set number.
In single-frame shooting mode, mechanical movement for next frame is done quietly
after shutter button is returned to halfway point from fully depressed position.
6 sec. timer: 0 to 3600 sec.
16 sec. timer: 0 to 3600 sec.
Post-shutter release timer: 0 to 3600 sec.
After bulb exposure starts, press LCD panel illumination button to illuminate LCD panel
until bulb exposure ends.
Exposure, metering, drive, AF, AF point
selection, WB, image size, processing
parameter [STD]/1/2/3, color matrix.
Shooting mode, metering mode,
image-recording quality, AF mode,
AF point selectio, drive mode, WB,
picture style, color space.
The shutter release time lag becomes shorter than
55 ms when the aperture stops down by fewer than
3 stops (40 ms at maximum aperture).
Main Dial only
Quick Control Dial only
Both dials
P. Fn-30
P. Fn-31
switch to also be
e=ective for
Add original decision data
Exposure compensation is done with +⁄– and
When the Quick Control Dial switch is OFF, both
For use with Data Verification Kit DVK-E2.
will be disabled.
With P. Fn-31 on, card writing takes
longer than with P. Fn-31 off.
* P. Fn-11, 12, 13, 14, 22, and 29 have been excluded.
Macro Ring Lite
Eyepiece Ec
(1D series only)
Macro Twin Lite
Timer Remote
Rubber Frame Ec
(1D series only)
CF Card
Ni-MH Pack NP-E3
SD Card
(1D only)
DC Coupler Kit DCK-E1
Eyepiece Extender
Ni-MH Charger NC-E2
EyeCup Ec-II
(1D only)
Rubber Frame Eb
(5D only)
EyeCup Eb
CF Card reader
Focusing Screen
(5D only)
Data Verification Kit
PC card slot
Strap L5
EOS Digital
Solution Disk
E-series Dioptric
Adjustment Lenses
PC card adapter
EOS-1Ds Mark II
EOS-1D Mark II N
Personal computer
Windows XP
(Home Edition/Professional)
USB port
Windows 2000 Professional
Windows ME
Windows 98 Second Edition
IEEE 1394 port Mac OS X
Software Instruction
Manual (PDF)
Lithium Battery
Wireless LAN adapter
Ethernet port
Interface Cable
(Mark II series only)
Hand Strap E1
(1D only)
Angle Finder C
Extended Range
Antenna ERA-E1
Interface Cable
Focusing Screen
(5D only)
Wireless File Transmitter
Wide Strap
Wireless LAN
access point
Video Cable
Date/time CR2016
Lithium Battery
Battery Charger
CG-580 or CG-5L
Battery Pack
PictBridge-compatible printer
(1D Mark II N only)
Battery Grip
Focusing Screen Ec
Masked Focusing Screens
(Ec and Ee versions available)
Interface Cable
AC Adapter DC Coupler
AC Adapter Kit
Battery Pack
BP-511A, BP-514
Car Battery Battery Compact power
Compact power
CP/SELPHY CP printer
PIXMA printer
Canon EF Lenses
Canon U.S.A., Inc.
One Canon Plaza
Lake Success, NY 11042 U.S.A.
Canon Canada Inc.
6390 Dixie Road
Mississauga, Ontario L5T 1P7 Canada
Canon Latin America
703 Waterford Way, Suite 400
Miami, FL 33126 U.S.A.
Canon Mexicana, S. de R.L. de C.V.
Blvd. Manuel Ávila Camacho No. 138, Piso 17
Col. Lomas de Chapultepec
C.P. 11000 México, D.F. México
0054W868 8/05
Photography by Canon Explorers of Light.
©2005 CANON U.S.A., INC.
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